2 DAY CONFERENCE

Erlang eXchange 2008

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Thursday, 26th - Friday, 27th June in London

26 experts spoke.
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Erlang Keynote: Armstrong on Software: Erlang & SMP



Joe Armstrong

Joe Armstrong designed and implemented the first version of Erlang in 1986. He has written several Erlang books including Erlang Software for a Concurrent World and has taught Erlang to hundreds of programmers and through training courses lectures


Building Web Applications in Erlang



Xingdong Bian

Xingdong started working with Erlang last summer as a result of his passion for functional programming. He is currently working on the Erlang web-platform developing reusable components with Wrangler, the refactoring tool from University of Kent, to


Building Web Applications in Erlang Part 2



Michal Slaski

Michal Slaski started programming in Erlang on the AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow, Poland, when working on his Masters prototyping massively multiplayer online games.


Xingdong Bian

Xingdong started working with Erlang last summer as a result of his passion for functional programming. He is currently working on the Erlang web-platform developing reusable components with Wrangler, the refactoring tool from University of Kent, to


Erlang- D-Trace



Garry Bulmer

Garry is an independent consultant, focusing on integration and near-market technologies and has been inspired to work on Erlang DTrace by production experiences of the last 12 years. Spare time is spent developing GPGPU code, programming microcontro


Erlang Enterprise Integration Panel Discussion



Garry Bulmer

Garry is an independent consultant, focusing on integration and near-market technologies and has been inspired to work on Erlang DTrace by production experiences of the last 12 years. Spare time is spent developing GPGPU code, programming microcontro


Using Jinterface to Bridge Erlang and Java



Dennis Byrne

Dennis Byrne works for ThoughtWorks, a global consultancy with a focus on end-to-end agile software development of mission critical systems.


Tools and Gadgets Track



Richard Carlsson

Richard Carlsson has been deeply involved with Erlang since the mid-nineties. He was one of the original members of the High-Performance Erlang group at Uppsala University, and has contributed to many parts of the standard libraries, the Erlang compi


EUnit - Lightweight Unit Testing For Erlang



Richard Carlsson

Richard Carlsson has been deeply involved with Erlang since the mid-nineties. He was one of the original members of the High-Performance Erlang group at Uppsala University, and has contributed to many parts of the standard libraries, the Erlang compi


Roktalk, Erlang Pwered Mobile Conferencing



Jay Fenton

Jay Fenton is a serial entrepreneur, developer and all-round technologist.


Introducing Erlang to Motorola: The Journey to Success



Nicholas Gunder

Nicholas Gunder is a Software Engineering Manager at Motorola Denmark. He is originally from the USA, but was transferred from Chicago to Copenhagen in the fall of 2002. He has been working on Motorola’s telecom infrastructure development since 2001.


Torben Hoffman

Torben Hoffmann is a Software Staff Engineer at Motorola Denmark.


Erlang/OTP Vs Google App Engine, The CEO View



Gordon Guthrie

Gordon Guthrie is the CEO/CTO of Hypernumbers an early stage start-up. He has previously worked at senior positions in retail financial services, having been Chief Technical Architect at Intelligent Finance during its launch when it secured 10.4% of


Quick Check Tutorial: Using QuickCheck to Test Erlang Programs



John Hughes

Creator
QuickCheck


Thomas Arts

Dr. Thomas Arts is the co-founder and CTO of Quviq, a small company that produced Quick Check, as testing tool for Erlang.


Couch DB at 10,00 feet



Jan Lehnardt

Jan is a developer and business-person from Berlin, Germany. He’s the VP of Apache CouchDB at the ASF and co-inventor of Hoodie. He’s the co-founder and CEO of Neighbourhoodie Software, a product and support company around Hoodie and CouchDB in Berlin. In his spare time, he co-organises JSConf EU, Europe’s favourite JavaScript conference.


Using Faxien and Sinan, A Hands-on Approach



Eric Merrit

Core developer of the Erlware family and the Sinan build system, Eric Merritt is a Software Engineer specialising in concurrent languages and distributed systems.


Martin Logan

Martin Logan has been working on Erlang projects since 1999 and is heavily involved with the Erlang community. Martin’s great interest in distributed systems and service based design. Wherever possible he tries to implement his solutions with Erlang.


Introducing using Faxien & Sinan: Erlang Project Build & Packaging Systems



Eric Merrit

Core developer of the Erlware family and the Sinan build system, Eric Merritt is a Software Engineer specialising in concurrent languages and distributed systems.


Martin Logan

Martin Logan has been working on Erlang projects since 1999 and is heavily involved with the Erlang community. Martin’s great interest in distributed systems and service based design. Wherever possible he tries to implement his solutions with Erlang.


Presenting RabbitMQ: An Erlang Based Implementatio nof AMQP



Matthias Radestock

Matthias has a Ph.D. and M.Eng. in Software Engineering from Imperial College and is the author of several papers in international journals on distributed system coordination and programming languages. His commercial experience during the past decade


Load Testing of Web Applications



Karthik Ramachandra

Karthik Ramachandra is a consultant and an application developer at ThoughtWorks for about 4 years now. He has designed and developed many complex applications in various technologies (Java, Ruby/ROR, C/C++, Erlang).


Interview on Erlang



Karthik Ramachandra

Karthik Ramachandra is a consultant and an application developer at ThoughtWorks for about 4 years now. He has designed and developed many complex applications in various technologies (Java, Ruby/ROR, C/C++, Erlang).


Building a transactional distributed data store with Erlang



Alexander Reinefeld

Alexander Reinefeld is the head of the Computer Science department of the Zuse Institute Berlin and a professor for parallel and distributed systems at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. His research interests include grid and peer-to-peer computing


Tsung Tutorial



Mickael Remond

Mickaël Rémond is the founder of ProcessOne, a leading worldwide company in Instant Messaging and benchmarking.


ejabberd for web 2.0 development



Mickael Remond

Mickaël Rémond is the founder of ProcessOne, a leading worldwide company in Instant Messaging and benchmarking.


Erlang and Ajax Web Applications



Roberto Saccon

Roberto Saccon, is currently working on soon-to-be-launched Erlang based products and services targeted to Web application development and deployment.


Erlang & Robotics: The ROSEN Framework at the Eurobot 2008 Competion



Corrado Santoro

Corrado Santoro received his degree in Computing Engineering in 1995 from the University of Catania (Italy), and the Ph.D. in Computing Engineering from the University of Palermo (Italy) in 2000.


Erlang & Robotics Workshop



Corrado Santoro

Corrado Santoro received his degree in Computing Engineering in 1995 from the University of Catania (Italy), and the Ph.D. in Computing Engineering from the University of Palermo (Italy) in 2000.


Introducing Seedcamp



Reshma Sohoni

Reshma is the CEO of SeedCamp, a new kind of incubator which aims to provide a catalyst for Europe’s next generation of entrepreneurs through the provision of seed capital and a world class network of mentors.


Erlang in Financial Applications



Erik Stenman

Erik Stenman has been programming for fun since 1980, and for profit since 1989 when he started his first company. He received his Master of Science in Computer Science in 1996 from Uppsala University.


Wrangerl, The Erlang Refactoring Tool



Simon Thompson

Simon Thompson is Professor of Logic and Computation in the School of Computing at the University of Kent. His main research interests are in functional programming, most recently in designing tools to help people to write and test programs more effectively. One example of such a tool is the Haskell Refactorer. He is also the author of introductory texts on Haskell, Erlang and Miranda, as well as Type Theory and Functional Programming.


Keynote: Enterprise Integration



Steve Vinoski

Steve Vinoski is an architect at Basho Technologies in Cambridge, MA, USA. He's worked on distributed systems and middleware systems for over 20 years, including distributed object systems, service-oriented systems, and RESTful web services


Erlang & Tail - F



Claes Wikström

Claes Wikström has been involved in the Erlang community from the very early days, the beginning of the 1990s. He has contributed several significant pieces of softwareto the Erlang community, such as; The ASN.1 compiler, Distributed Erlang,Mnesia


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